Answered By: Olin Reference Help Desk
Last Updated: Sep 09, 2014     Views: 163

Millions of ebooks are available to WUSTL faculty, students, and staff. There are different ways for you to find and discover them.

  • The eJournals & eBooks tab on the library website (shown below) can be used to find ebooks. Search by title, keyword in the title, or ISBN.


  • Another way to find ebooks is by using the library's new search tool, Primo. Enter your search terms in the box. After your results display, choose "More options" under Refine My Results, Resource Type on the left-hand side of the screen. Click the "Include" box next to Electronic Resource and your results will be updated to only show ebooks. In each record you can click the View Online link to access the ebook.     

  • OR in the WU Classic Catalog Advanced Searching, limit to eBooks by selecting Electronic Resource as the Material Type.   


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